Playing Soccer: An Arm Chair Guide Full of 100 Tips to Getting Better at Soccer

Arm Chair Guides

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Soccer has evolved through the centuries into a sport that requires many skills.
A good soccer player will not just focus on one area.

Being a good kicker doesn’t make you a good player. You must have skills in passing and receiving as well for the coach to feel safe putting you in the game.

Young soccer players can develop their skills and see their game improve by focusing on some fundamental ideas.

Using these basic ideas in your training sessions will help you become a well-rounded player with a variety of skills, regardless of position.

Dribble at the right place and the right time.

Dribbling can be used in your opponent’s 18 yard box to create some mystery concerning what your next move will be. It should never be done in your own half of the field or just to draw attention to yourself. It is important to know when to use dribbling, and when it’s better just to pass the ball to another teammate.

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